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Representative Jill Schupp (D), 88th Legislative District, representing most of Creve Coeur and Olivette, and parts of Ladue, Frontenac, Town & Country and Chesterfield, is a candidate for the 24th Senate District seat currently held by John Lamping (r). The 24th Senate District encompasses part [pdf] of St. Louis County. The third quarter 2013 campaign finance reports filed with the Missouri Ethics Commission paint an interesting picture.

Representative Jill Schupp (D), candidate in the 24th Senate District. [file photo]

The overall numbers, first, for John Lamping (r), the incumbent:

REPORT SUMMARY

LAMPING FOR SENATE [pdf] 10/15/2013

2. All Monetary Contributions Received This Period $4,500.00

18. Total Contributions Made This Period $3,000.00

27. Money On Hand at the close of this reporting period $7,790.94

34. Total Indebtedness at the Close of This Reporting Period $20,000.00

[emphasis added]

Oh, my. What could explain those dismal numbers?:

Schupp Jumping In State Senate Race; Lamping Unsure Of Plans

Posted by Gregg Palermo (Editor) , June 06, 2013 at 09:30 PM

….Lamping himself said he would make a decision no later than Thanksgiving about his own plans. His daughter has been training as an elite-level gymnast in Blue Springs, MO since May 2011….

….If his daughter stays on an upward current trajectory as a gymnast, he said he’s not likely to run for re-election….

That could be part of it. So could this:

Official Election Returns

State of Missouri General Election November 2, 2010 General Election

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

As announced by the Board of State Canvassers

on Tuesday, November 30, 2010

State Senator – District 24 Precincts Reporting 124 of 124

Fraser, Barbara DEM 30,493 49.9%

Lamping, John T. REP 30,619 50.1%

Total Votes 61,112

Uh, yep. Having right wingnut colleagues driving the agenda in the General Assembly probably doesn’t help in the 24th Senate District when it comes to reelection campaigning.

The overall numbers for Jill Schupp (D):

REPORT SUMMARY

SCHUPP FOR SENATE [pdf] 10/15/2013

2. All Monetary Contributions Received This Period $70,780.00

8. Total All Receipts This Election $210,970.26

10. Expenditures made by cash or check this period $8,432.33

27. Money On Hand at the close of this reporting period $177,583.38

34. Total Indebtedness at the Close of This Reporting Period $10,497.54

[emphasis added]

There is a difference.

Let’s take a look at the contributions. First, for John Lamping (r):

CONTRIBUTIONS AND LOANS RECEIVED

LAMPING FOR SENATE [pdf] 10/15/2013

The Boeing Company PAC

1200 Wilson Boulevard

Arlington VA 22209

7/31/2013

$500.00

Noranda Aluminum Inc

391 St Jude Industrial Park

New Madrid MO 63869

7/5/2013

$1,500.00

Anheuser Busch Companies

One Busch Place

St Louis MO 63118

8/9/2013

$2,500.00

11. TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED AT FUND-RAISERS AS REPORTED INLINE 8 ON FORM CD1A $0.00

12. TOTAL ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM PERSON GIVING $25 OR LESS $0.00

13. TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM PERSONS GIVING $100 OR LESS $0.00

14. TOTAL IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM PERSONS (NOT COMMITTEES) GIVING $100 OR LESS $0.00

[emphasis added]

That’s it.

You know, the aluminum and beer connections among the contributors sort of makes sense.

Some of the contributions for Jill Schupp (D):

CONTRIBUTIONS AND LOANS RECEIVED

SCHUPP FOR SENATE [pdf] 10/15/2013

11. TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED AT FUND-RAISERS AS REPORTED INLINE 8 ON FORM CD1A $0.00

12. TOTAL ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM PERSON GIVING $25 OR LESS $0.00

13. TOTAL MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM PERSONS GIVING $100 OR LESS $3,839.00

14. TOTAL IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM PERSONS (NOT COMMITTEES) GIVING $100 OR LESS $0.00

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED – SUPPLEMENTAL

IUPAT

7234 Parkway Dr

Hanover MD 21076

7/9/2013

$1,000.00

Mary P. Wochner

5526 Remington Villas Ct

St. Louis MO 63129

Retired

7/17/2013

$150.00

Stuart Hoffman

204 Hibler Oaks Dr.

St. Louis MO 63141

CPA

7/23/2013

$180.00

Barry Aycock

407 S East Street

Parma MO 63870

Farmer

7/28/2013

$5,001.00

Joan Bray

7166 Pershing Ave

St. Louis MO 63130

Retired

8/2/2013

$200.00

Susie and Stan Edelstein

12321 Woodline Drive

St. Louis MO 63141

Retired

8/9/2013

$100.00

Barbara Fraser

581 Stratford Ave

St Louis MO 63130

Retired

8/21/2013

$125.00

MO Senate Democratic Campaign Committee

PO Box 7319

Columbia MO 65205

9/19/2013

$2,500.00

Planned Parenthood Votes

4251 Forest Park Ave

St. Louis MO 63108

9/20/2013

$1,000.00

Claire McCaskill

PO Box 30077

St. Louis MO 63130

United States — Senator

9/23/2013

$500.00

Joseph C. Kleeman Memorial Democratic PAC (JoePAC)

520 S. Brentwood Blvd

St. Louis MO 63105

9/25/2013

$5,000.00

[emphasis added]

You get the picture.

There’s a definite difference.

Previously:

Jill Schupp and John Lamping on Medicaid: A study in contrasts (October 16, 2013)

Jill Schupp interview today (May 21, 2012)

Jill Schupp: “How I spent my summer vacation” (December 19, 2010)

Rep. Jill Schupp (D): going door to door, on the General Assembly, on Courtney Cole (D) (August 18, 2010)

Jill Schupp’s Suitcase Full of Hope (February 18, 2008)